I’m sure by now you are wondering and asking yourself “where is she going now?” Well, let me enlighten you. I did an interview on a woman whom I am very happy to meet and have known for quite sometime now. If you haven’t seen it, here’s a link below and check it out. After this interview, I changed into my regular clothes and continued the rest of my day; I mean I was on the roll. It was such a productive day and I was so proud of all the things I had to accomplish with the help of a dear friend.
As we drove off to continue onto the next agenda for the day, we came across this abandoned valley. We parked on the street and walked across the unknown land. This is how adventurous I can be because I’m very intrigued by random things that may not make sense to some people. I’m sure if you would have driven past me, you would have shook your head asking, “what in the world is this lady doing over there?” I was so happy to have found this random place that was full of trees and rocks. It was a very beautiful sight for me to capture just for that moment.
As I reflect on this day, I began to ask myself this question. How many times has God put something random in front of you and you decided to neglect it and go about your precious day? We sometimes don’t realize that, when God is taking you through a journey, He allows you to see the good, the bad, and the ugly, but it’s up to you to figure out how you can handle the tests. Carrie Green puts it this way “Give yourself permission to feel comfortable with being uncomfortable. Know that it is part of the journey that is helping you grow.” Embrace every step in your journey and know that your journey is nothing but your own story, style, and inspiration to many generations. What’s your story? What’s your journey? What are you doing to inspire someone? What random bump have you come along as you’re traveling on your journey? Please share some of your thoughts in the comment section below because I would like to hear them. Have a great weekend and Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there! Thanks for all you do and stay blessed, beautiful, and inspired.